White House Commends Maliki for Stepping Aside

Thursday, 14 Aug 2014 07:13 PM

 

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The White House is commending Iraq's incumbent prime minister for stepping aside.

President Barack Obama's national security adviser is expressing hope that the power shift "can set Iraq on a new path and unite its people" against a security threat from Islamic State militants.

Susan Rice also says the United States remains committed to a strong partnership with Iraq and its people.

After initially struggling to stay in power, Nouri al-Maliki relinquished his post late Thursday to fellow Dawa Party member, Haider al-Abadi.

Rice's comments came in a statement issued while she was accompanying Obama on his Martha's Vineyard vacation.

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